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Ahead of the Women's March, our editor Nadine Epstein writes: " As Jews, we need to do our best to understand the complexities of the African-American community, just as we would like others to understand the complexities of our own."
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Moment Magazine Jan 17
"Early on, being designated a Jewish-American writer was seen as a sort of ghettoizing. He didn’t want to be in the suburbs of literature."
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Moment Magazine Jan 17
"When is a 'debate' worthy of coverage, and what is the minimum share of people required to form a group whose opinion merits the title 'debate'?" writes .
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Moment Magazine Jan 17
Tonight in New York, join Moment editor-in-chief Nadine Epstein for an inspirational discussion about her new book about Elie Wiesel's life and legacy. Tickets:
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Moment Magazine Jan 17
"For a White House struggling to shake off criticism of being too hospitable to extremists and anti-Semites on the margins of its support base, the Trump administration’s reluctance to fill the of anti-Semitism envoy is starting to raise concerns."
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Moment Magazine Jan 17
Moment's Anti-Semitism Monitor reports anti-Semitic incidents around the world by country and date on a weekly basis:
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Moment Magazine Jan 16
Join us on Feb. 7 for a conversation with André Aciman (Call Me By Your Name, Enigma Variations) and Debra Granik (Winter's Bone, Leave No Trace):
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Moment Magazine Jan 16
"In an era of increasing anti-Semitic incidents across the world, the vacancy at office of Special Envoy to Monitor and Combat Anti-Semitism at the State Department is striking."
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Moment Magazine Jan 16
"Trump has lent legitimacy to a paranoid and dangerous mode of thinking that since the end of World War II had been limited to right-wing extremist organizations and the isolationist far-right wing of the Republican Party," writes .
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Moment Magazine Jan 16
"I’m sure Amos was imperfect as all humans are—especially the great ones, because we hope for more from them—but as he talked, I wished he could be Israel’s prime minister."
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Moment Magazine Jan 16
Twice a week, our editors write about what you need to know. Sign up for our newsletter, Moment Minute!
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Moment Magazine Jan 15
Join us Feb. 7 in New York for a literary evening with André Aciman and Debra Granik! Tickets:
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Moment Magazine Jan 15
Moment's winter 2019 issue is on its way. Here's a peek at the cover:
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This Thu, join Editor-in-Chief Nadine Epstein for an inspirational discussion about and his life and multi-faceted legacy. Tickets available via this link:
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Moment Magazine Jan 15
"The mistakes of the past are no reason to codify those mistakes for the future," writes Marshall Breger.
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Moment Magazine Jan 15
"Trump’s contribution to the injection of anti-Semitism into American politics lies in his appetite for conspiracy theories," writes .
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Moment Magazine Jan 14
"This high risk, high reward long game may leave Bibi in the prime minister’s seat for another term, or battling for his freedom in the court—or juggling between the two."
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Moment Magazine Jan 14
"A friend insisted I needed to meet Amos Oz (1939-2018). Amos was the soul of Israel, he said."
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Moment Magazine Jan 13
Its snowing here in DC! we're going to stay in and watch some of these movies:
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Moment Magazine Jan 13
On Feb. 7 in NYC, André Aciman (Call Me By Your Name, Enigma Variations) and Debra Granik (Winter's Bone, Leave No Trace) discuss turning great books into great movies. Tickets here:
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